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Jose Mourinho gives update on Chelsea star’s contract situation at Stamford Bridge

Jose Mourinho gives update on Chelsea star’s contract situation at Stamford Bridge - originally posted on Jose Mourinho has revealed Chelsea will hand club captain John Terry a new contract. The former England international has less than six months in his contract and scored the opening goal in the Blues’ 2-0 Capital One Cup final victory over Tottenham Hotspur...
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Quotes from this week's AP Global Football 10 voters

LONDON (AP) Quotes from voters in this week's Associated Press Global Football 10: --- Manos Staramopoulos, Dimocratia, Greece ''Jose Mourinho rightfully stole the show after winning the first trophy of the season, Chelsea beating Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 at Wembley. Well organized, disciplined and serious, Chelsea cruised.'' Tito Puccetti, ESPN, Argentina ''Liverpool is late to think...
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Was Jose Mourinho being ‘crafty’ opting for a Sky interview rather than with his employers BT Sport?

Last weekend Jose Mourinho, the Chelsea manager gave a revealing and exclusive interview to Sky Sports in England, but not everybody was happy with Mourinho’s willingness to give the interview with Sky. Last summer, Mourinho signed a 4 year deal to work with Sky’s main rival the broadcaster, BT Sport. There Mourinho would act as an ambassador and promote the channel full tilt...
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Jose Mourinho sets points target for Chelsea, confirms Terry will stay

Boss Jose Mourinho says Chelsea need at least 31 points from their remaining 12 Premier League games if they are to be crowned champions. With a tough away game against West Ham United, the Blues had no time to celebrate their Capital One Cup victory on Sunday. And Mourinho urges his players to keep an […]
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Chelsea FC: League Cup just the first step

It was a stormy Sunday afternoon in England’s famous Wembley Stadium when Chelsea FC and Tottenham Hotspur squared off for the Capital One Cup. It was the culmination of manager Jose Mourinho’s two-year mission to restore Chelsea to the trophy-winning ways it so enjoyed during his first stint at the club. Throughout the course of last season, Mourinho continually insisted that...
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Jose Mourinho: Lionel Messi will end his career at Barcelona

Lionel Messi will end his career at Barcelona, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes. Chelsea were among the clubs linked with a move for Messi when his relationship with Barca boss Luis Enrique was under the spotlight around the turn of the year. At the time Mourinho said UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations would scupper any move for the four-time FIFA Ballon d'Or winner, and...
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Jose Mourinho dismisses notion of Spurs fatigue ahead of final

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says Tottenham Hotspur will be fit and ready for Sunday's Capital One Cup final at Wembley. Spurs were in action in the Europa League on Thursday evening but Mourinho says the Fiorentina game will not affect the fitness level of Mauricio Pochettino's men. "I don't think they will play with the […]
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Chelsea boss Mourinho refuses to bite on Matic suspension

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho on Friday declined to discuss Nemanja Matic's two-match suspension which rules the midfielder out of Sunday's Capital One Cup final with Tottenham. The Serbia midfielder was banned for violent conduct after reacting furiously to a challenge by Burnley's Ashley Barnes in last Saturday's Premier League draw. The automatic three-match ban was reduced to two...
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Jose Mourinho’s latest post-match interview may be his angriest yet

When Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho gets angry with the result of a match, he tends to be blunt to a fault during his post-match interviews. But after Chelsea drew Burnley 1-1 on Saturday, Mourinho wasn’t his usual candid self. Instead of talking about the specific issues he had with the referees during the match, he simply listed off the time of each of the incidents…and you...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

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